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Adam took five tests and received a grade for each of them. The first test was 92%, the second test was 83%, and the mean of the five tests was 85%. What can you conclude?
a. the lowest test score.
b. the highest test score.
c. the mean of the last three tests.
d. the mean of the first three tests.
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